Christiane Amanpour Heading Up New PBS Show, Replacing Charlie Rose

Christiane Amanpour, CNN’ s longtime key international correspondent, will also head upward a new late-night program on PBS, the public television network told The The show biz industry Reporter on Wednesday.

Dubbed “ Amanpour & Corporation, ” the public affairs program is placed to premiere in July and can replace broadcasts of “ Amanpour, ” the CNN simulcast that will PBS began airing right after it cut ties with sponsor Charlie Rose late last year among the wave of sexual nuisance allegations against him.  

Amanpour is the latest woman to take on a role vacated by a man disgraced by sexual misconduct allegations because the  Me As well movement has obtained momentum. The others include NBC’ s i9000 Hoda Kotb, who replaced Matt Lauer as the co-host of the “ Today” show;   Gretchen Carlson , who helped ignite the motion when she sued then-Fox Information Chairman Roger Ailes   and who has taken over   as the Skip America Organization CEO for Mike Haskell; and Sen. Tina Jones of Minnesota, who was chosen to succeed   former Sen. Al Franken, the fellow Democrat.

Though Amanpour will certainly continue in her job since CNN’ s chief international reporter, she told The Hollywood Media reporter that her PBS program may approach world news from a various angle.  

″[I] am delighted for the opportunity it provides me to speak to Americans about what’ s happening in the rest of the entire world and about how the world views The united states, ” she said. “ And i believe these conversations can be really fascinating. I’ m not just doing busting news every night. I’ m not merely doing world leaders. I’ meters also doing really interesting ethnic conversations. I do think it’ s the watershed moment right now. ”

She is going to continue to be based in London and will be became a member of by four other contributors.